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Here Are Ways To Prepare For Springtime Allergies

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — It almost feels like spring outside this week. Some places in East Tennessee have been experiencing some warm temperatures. With the warm weather, we have also noticed more pollen on cars and in the air. A lot of people were enjoying the weather at Lakeshore Park on Tuesday but for some, […]

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Seasonal Allergies: Symptoms, Peak Times and Management

As many as 60 million Americans live with seasonal allergies. If you find yourself with itchy eyes, sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose, and coughing during a particular season, then you may have seasonal allergies. […] Seasonal Allergies: Symptoms, Peak Times and Management

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What Are The Different Types Of Asthma?

Asthma causes the airways to become inflamed and swollen, reducing the amount of air that can pass in and out of the lungs. However, there are several different types of asthma, and each has its own set of triggers. […]

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Want More Than Romance This Valentine’s Day? Halt Spring Allergy Symptoms Before They Start

If you suffer from spring allergies, you may have had an allergist suggest you start taking your allergy medications two weeks before your symptoms normally appear. But more and more allergists are advising their patients to set a reminder for Valentine’s Day to start taking allergy medications. […] Want More Than Romance This Valentine’s Day? […]

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New Federal Spending Law Supports Asthma & Allergy Programs

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Allergy & Asthma Network celebrated several advocacy successes at the end of 2022. […] New Federal Spending Law Supports Asthma and Allergy Programs

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What To Know About Seasonal Asthma

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Seasonal asthma occurs when a change in weather and seasonal allergens, such as pollen, exacerbate symptoms in people with asthma. […]

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SMART Therapy For Asthma

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SMART therapy stands for Single Maintenance and Reliever Therapy. It is primarily for patients with moderate to severe asthma who need a combination treatment. […] What is SMART Therapy for Asthma?

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Do You Have The Winter Sniffles? 5 Ways You Can Manage Indoor Winter Allergies

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Do you suffer from itchy eyes, a runny nose or a scratchy throat during winter? Do you often find yourself coughing, sneezing and having trouble breathing? Chances are you may have indoor allergies.[…] Do you have the winter sniffles? 5 ways you can manage indoor winter allergies

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Allergies & Asthma Should Not Prevent Comfort & Joy This Holiday Season

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Starting to plan your celebrations with family and friends during the winter holidays? Keep allergy and asthma triggers top of mind as you map out what your holidays will look like this year. […] Allergies and Asthma Shouldn’t Prevent Comfort and Joy this Holiday Season

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Caution Urged on Study Linking Aluminum in Vaccines and Childhood Asthma

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Doctors are urging caution on a recent study that suggested a possible link between aluminum in vaccines and persistent childhood asthma. The study had some key limitations that did not consider the full picture of asthma. […] Caution Urged on Study Linking Aluminum in Vaccines and Childhood Asthma

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